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A trip to Japan should always include certain elements – Kyoto and Tokyo are sacrosanct, naturally, and it would be a shame to come here for the first time and skip these out. The other ‘must-see’ places that appear in most Japan itineraries certainly aren’t for everyone though, and nor should they be. If you want to see natural beauty and historical towns, travel by bullet train, and learn about the culture, food and people, Japan offers dozens of less-visited stops that are sure to impress.
This particular adventure has been created with this in mind – the highlights, and the hidden gems, side-by-side for an unbeatable journey across Japan’s main island. See the quieter neighbourhoods of Tokyo, avoid the crowds in the bamboo groves of Kyoto’s Arashiyama district, visit Mt. Fuji away from the bus tours, and take in some of Tohoku’s greatest sights to see the parts of Japan that 99% of tourists skip over. Why follow the same old trail, when you can take the road less travelled?
1 night flying – 3 nights Tokyo – 2 nights Kakunodate – 2 nights Sendai – 3 nights Kanazawa – 3 nights Kyoto